RESCUE OPERATION INTO CONGO CRISIS U.S. Air Force C-130 transports and 550 Belgian paratroopers enter Stanleyville on a daring rescue of hostages taken by rebel forces in the Congo. All but 80 people are saved then more are evacuated out of the Congo Crisis zone. Pilot and driver POVs of the action. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
CONGO REBELS - HD In the wake of an operation by Belgium and the United States to save European hostages held by Congolese rebels, a rebel general looks at a newspaper with a headline critical of the intervention.
Date: December 12, 1964 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:32:00, No Audio
CONGO CRISIS OF 1964 The United States, Britain and Belgium mount Operation Dragon Rouge to free hostages in Stanleyville, Republic of Congo from the Simbas. The bodies of Dr. Paul Carlson and Phyllis Rhine are among the Americans killed in the slaughter as the paratroopers arrive. Further deaths were prevented as the troops secured the city and began evacuating loyal natives and European hostages.
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